Israel evacuates Palestinians from tent outpost in West Bank
E1, West Bank (Reuters) - Israeli security forces evacuated about 100 Palestinians early on Sunday from an outpost of tents pitched in an area of the occupied West Bank that Israel has earmarked for a new settlement. Israel's Supreme Court ruled on ...
Israel PM blocks roads to Palestinian tent site
Israel forcibly evacuates 'tent city'
Palestinian Protesters Evicted From West Bank Site
Israel's ultra-orthodox Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in hospital, stroke suspected
JERUSALEM — The spiritual leader of an Israeli ultra-Orthodox political party was hospitalized after a suspected minor stroke in Jerusalem on Saturday, a development that could shake his party's fortunes and mute one of Israel's most influential voices.
Israel health official says ultra-orthodox Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in hospital ...
Influential Israel Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in hospital
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, leader of Israel's ultra-orthodox Shas party, suffers stroke
In Israel, religious nationalist party Jewish Home rises in polls
JERUSALEM — It was a mostly young crowd that turned out on a chilly winter night to hear Naftali Bennett, the leader of the religious nationalist party Jewish Home, who delivered an appeal for understanding — not between Israelis and Palestinians ...
Israel election: country prepares for next act in the great moving right show
Dalya Steinberger's journey across Israel's political landscape began more than 20 years ago when she cast a vote for Labour, one of almost a million people who helped propel Yitzhak Rabin to the leadership of the Jewish state. A year later, in 1993 ...
Israel left wing sees Jewish state's end
The Most Hated Woman in Israel
Hollywood Demonizes Israel with Oscar Nominations
Israel slips to 51st in economic freedom ranking
Israel dropped three places in the Heritage Foundation's annual economic freedom ranking, and is now 51 out of 185 nations. Israel received a grade of 66.9, which puts it in the category of moderately free, according to the conservative think tank. The ...
Wood Co. sheriff visits Israel
Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn is a man of law and a man of faith. He had eye-opening experiences on both fronts during a visit to Israel this past spring. "Of course, the first thing you think about is safety and security," the sheriff said ...
Washington Times (blog)
Ros-Lehtinen: Hagel may not see Israel as 'ally'
Washington Times (blog)
Florida Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, stepping down this year as chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said Saturday she has deep concerns about former Sen. Chuck Hagel, President Obama's nominee for secretary of defense, citing ...
Israel's haggle over Chuck Hagel
With (pro-Israel) friends like these, who needs enemies?
Albright defends Hagel on Israel
Is Israel Really Going to the Far Right?
David Horovitz's Times of Israel article (not to be confused with David Horowitz) is one of the less abrasive pieces you'll see on this topic, compared to the frothing and ignorant alarmist rhetoric you'll see from New York Times and Washington Post ...
Not So Fast on the Rise of Israel's Far Right
Israel's political star draws on success
Livni. 'Israel is in danger' Photo: Sodavideo
Pen mightier than sword? Arab cartoonists bash Israel
Political cartoonists across the Arab world have never spared criticism for Israel, but the armed conflict in the Gaza Strip this past November has spurred them to step up the satirical reproach of the Jewish state. "Operation Pillar of Defense has ...
PA Arab Shot Dead While Trying to Enter Israel
Dallas Morning News
Rand Paul: Building in J'lem none of US's business
It is “none of our business” whether Israel builds new neighborhoods in east Jerusalem or withdraws from the Golan Heights, and the US should not tell Israel how to defend itself, US Sen. (RKentucky) said on Saturday night at the end of a week-long ...
Ted Cruz visits Israel for first time as US senator
Netanyahu, Barak deny money was 'wasted' on defense
Netanyahu and Israel's Crisis of Democracy